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March 17, 2011

Anti Aging Ingredients To Look For In a Skin Care Product

Anti Aging Ingredients and Facial Treatments
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Sorting Through a Mishmash of Anti Aging Ingredients

With all the rejuvenating skin care products inundating the market today, it would be so easy to get overwhelmed on selecting the product to use. All anti aging products promise to help your face and body stay young. They feature anti aging ingredients that claim to delay the aging process.  Some are clinically proven while others have yet to show their effectiveness through the user’s experience. Usually, these products are formulated to address only one particular skin problem depending on which rejuvenating ingredient is added.

Consider These Anti Aging Ingredients

To get the bang for your buck, read the labels of age defying beauty products before heading for the payment terminal. Discussed below are three anti aging ingredients demonstrated to be effective in clinical trials.

Move over Botox! Argireline is here to provide instant face lift sans the needles. It is one of the anti aging ingredients included in over-the-counter rejuvenating products. Owing to its muscle calming effects, it is shown to provide an “instant face lift” that can be compared to that of Botox injection. Just like Botox, it can lessen movements of the face for as long as eight hours. As a result, the occurrence of fine lines and deep wrinkles are reduced especially those around the eyes and on the forehead. It can also minimize the appearance of droopy brows, crow’s feet, laugh lines, furrows and feathered lip lines.

Aha! Exfoliate The Years Away With AHA. For quite some time already, alpha hydroxy acids have been widely accepted for its wide range of great effects on facial skin. They are mainly used for exfoliation, hence, getting rid of old skin and allowing new skin to surface. Although these anti aging ingredients are added to facial products in lower concentrations, they can still cause effects, such as flaking, irritation, redness and peeling. For deeper skin peeling, higher concentrations may be used but should be under medical supervision. These naturally organic acids include citric, glycolic, lactic, malic and tartaric acids; glycolic acid is the most sought-after. The use of the combination of these anti aging ingredients triggers skin repair, increases skin thickness, heightens collagen production, boosts skin tone elasticity and texture, reduces acne and minimizes enlarged pores.

Resuscitate Cells With Allantoin. This comfrey root and leaf extract is one of the most common anti aging ingredients found in toners, facial cleansers, acne products, sunscreens and moisturizers. It is valued for its ability to soothe, moisturize, and soften skin while advancing cell renewal even at low concentrations.

Countless rejuvenating skin care products feature an assortment of anti aging ingredients that offer various anti aging effects; choose products with components that address your skin’s needs.

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Dr. Joe Jacko


Dr. Joe is board certified in internal medicine and sports medicine with additional training in hormone replacement therapy and regenerative medicine. He has trained or practiced at leading institutions including the Hughston Clinic, Cooper Clinic, Steadman-Hawkins Clinic of the Carolinas, and Cenegenics. He currently practices in Columbus, Ohio. Read more about Dr. Joe Jacko

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